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In 2025, downtown Conway offers a variety of housing options: townhomes, apartments, single family housing and loft developments.  Attractive developments have access to development incentives. In 2025, Simon Park is a destination and home to an interactive water feature. There hasn’t been any measurable action toward this goal. The community needs to determine if this […]

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In 2025, most of downtown Conway’s utility infrastructure is underground. In 2025, downtown Conway has multiple parking decks to accommodate shoppers, employees, visitors and residents. The lack of a foreseeable parking deck is now impacting the ability to recruit new businesses and residential projects to downtown. The Conway Development Corporation, Chamber of Commerce, City of […]

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In 2025, Interstate 40 provides an attractive view of Conway to drivers.В  Lake Conway provides an attractive southern entrance feature to the city for drivers on I-40.В  Property owners collaborate to keep the corridor well maintained. Landscaping and aesthetic elements are incorporated into highway infrastructure. The Chamber has developed a master plan for the interstate […]

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In 2025, Conway has a number of walkable/livable “villages” that were developed using planning tools such as TND and form-based zoning. The Village at Hendrix, The Gardens at Southridge, and The Cove at Cadron Valley are all examples of higher density, more traditional neighborhood designs. In 2025, mixed-use developments are prevalent throughout Conway.  The city […]

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